HTC One Review

June 3, 2013 | Mark Goldstein |

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#1 Ashok

I am using HTC Desire V and so many of the camera features are common. Of course HTC One is a high end smartphone. Many a features are not there in Desire V. A very good review. Thanks

3:14 pm - Monday, June 3, 2013

#2 Lic

The review although thorough, can’t really be taken that seriously when the sample images are such lazy, unattractive shots - irrespective of settings.

It seems a fair few reviews seem to ignore the fact that people want to be able to take artistic shots with their camera phones, this would explain the success of Instagram et al.

What the average person wants to be assured of is stable performance across various conditions and most significantly, the ability to manipulate settings to create novel, fun and striking photos. We don’t buy camera phones for serious photography.

6:52 pm - Sunday, June 23, 2013

#3 Galaxy Features<">Kay Collier

I’d like to know if the HTC camera is as good as the camera in the Samsung s3, and also if it’s true that 5 megapixels takes sharper images than a cell phone with 8 megapixels?

6:44 am - Tuesday, August 6, 2013

#4 Alvin

With its high-quality hardware and stunning design, the HTC One is one of the best smartphones you can buy today.

3:07 am - Friday, December 20, 2013

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